Faculty/Student Accomplishments

We're proud of the outstanding things our students and faculty are doing on campus, in the community, and beyond. This page is our way of spreading the news and acknowledging excellence and creativity whenever we can.

Please help us continue to recognize the activities and achievements happening every day in the College of Arts and Sciences. If you have information you would like to share please contact Sally Hyatt, Assistant Dean of CAS.

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02/24/12

Dr. Reed Perkins attends Association of American Geographers conference

Perkins spoke at a session about GIS science. Read More


02/17/12

Mike Wirth and Dr. Shawn Bowers present at Lilly Conference

"Sketchnoting: Doodles with Brain Power," explored the realm of innovative visual note-taking techniques to use in the classroom. Read More


02/15/12

Dr. Bratyanski interviewed by News 14

She spoke about African American economic advancement since the Civil War.  Read More


02/03/12

Dr. Eric Mullis wins Arts & Sciences Council grant

It will fund "Telepresence: A Performative Meditation on Modern Technology." Read More


01/31/12

Paul Nitsch performs and his students win awards

Nitsch's students won top prizes in the Symphony Guild Youth Concerto auditions. Read More


01/25/12

Dr. Michele Shaul interviewed

Dr. Shaul was featured in Que Pasa Read More


01/23/12

Craig Renfroe's short story published

"The Town Suicide" was in Cemetery Dance Read More


01/13/12

Mike Wirth publishes Twitter usage infographic

New infographic measures U.S. states' Twitter usage per capita for the social media marketing blog Hubspot.com. Read More


01/07/12

Dr. Greg Pillar joins international journal

He has been named to the editorial committee and will serve as a reviewer for the new international Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development.  Read More


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"Tempest" production wins theatre awards

Queens' cast and crew get major nods from Metrolina Theatre Association. Read More


01/24/11

Dr. Wei Guo publishes in journal

His study on atom position momentum appears in "Optics Communication." Read More

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